Can't Stop the Signal: Skinner secures Mulder and Scully's safety by informing CSM that the information on the tape has been memorized by Albert Hosteen and twenty other randomly chosen Navajo, all of whom have been instructed to go public if Mulder or Scully are harmed.
Actually having the tape, Krycek promises to reveal its secrets if CSM ever goes after him.
Establishing Character Moment: Skinner changed from a shady figure who might be evil to a still shady figure who would always back Mulder and Scully up.
Magical Native American: Mulder was brought back to life by a Native American ritual after getting gassed in a boxcar full of dead alien hybrids — although Albert Hosteen's role does turn out to be far more layered and important than just being a Font of Native Wisdom.
Man Hug: Frohike gives one to Mulder after seeing that he's alive.
Mexican Standoff: Scully and Skinner's continues from "Blessing Way". Mulder joins them and resolves the issue.
Not Quite Dead: Viewers already knew it, but in this episode, the Well-Manicured Man learns and reports to the rest of the Syndicate that Mulder is alive.
Oh, Crap!: Krycek when he realizes he's in a car that's about to explode.
O.O.C. Is Serious Business: CSM is under a lot of pressure in regards to the tape, so he lets his usually cool demeanor slip when Skinner first talks about a deal.
Sadistic Choice: William Mulder was forced to choose whether Fox or Samantha would be abducted.
Shut Up, Hannibal!: When Skinner tries to bluff about still having the tape, CSM shuts him down and proceeds to ridicule him. Skinner, however, then invites Albert Hosteen to join them and plays that card.